12-minute video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILMLjDVKNO4
Globalization and the Humanities in the Twenty-first Century
Congressional Briefing by Alexander Huang
I enjoyed being involved with the FSDW as a group leader, and I think our group had a relatively easy time of it compared to the others! We had just one group member with material to review, and the rest of us I gather are really in process and wanting to read and discuss. We all concentrated attention on Ben's book proposal ideas, and shared everything in Google Docs and over e-mail.
Invited by Lori Beth De Hertogh to participate in the feminist scholar digital workshop 13 (#FSDW13) sponsored by HASTAC, I posted my introduction, received contact information for group members, Genna Duplisea, Rachel Hurst, Wil Upchurch and we were off! Our group worked quite well. Three of us uploaded papers to google drive and we reviewed 1 paper per day and spent Thursday in some real time assessment via google chat.
Greetings Group #1 ~ I'm delighted to be working with you all!
Our group is a little bit behind the others in getting started, but I think it will work out just fine as we move forward. To put as much in one place as possible, I wanted to again post the names of people in our group, which include:
I'm pasting below a call for papers that might be of interest to FSDW. The deadline is in 10 days, but the editors are seeking contributions of 1500-2500 words so perhaps a manageable project.
Since I don't have contact info for two of the three members of my group, I"m going to post here.